If you have exhausted all internal and external processes and your customer still has not paid their outstanding debt we can act on your behalf and take your client to Court.
Our experienced legal team work in both High Court and County Court Debt Recovery Litigation. We currently partner with Douglas Wemyss Solicitors. It is important to note that whilst we can never guarantee you will be paid all the moneys owed to you we have achieved a 100% success rate in obtaining Judgment on the cases we have taken to court up to January 2016.
Our relationship with Douglas Wemyss Solicitors LLP:
Jane Blowers has worked as a consultant for DWS for over six years. She has been a litigator for over 15 years.
All debtor facing communications will be from Douglas Wemyss Solicitors LLP
How it works:
We will ask you to provide us with a list of the clients you want to pursue through the Court. In addition to their basic information you must ensure you have their current address and details of their place of work to enable us to issue a Claim against them. Once we have received this list, we will run conflict checks with both ourselves and Douglas Wemyss Solicitors, and assuming there are no conflicts we will proceed. The next stage is a solicitor’s letter which will be sent to your client before any application to the Court is made. If is no response is received within 14 days we will issue a County Court Claim Form on your behalf. In addition to our management charge Court fees will apply and the amount will depend on the sum that is owed to you (Court fees are calculated on a sliding scale and will normally be dependent upon the size of the debt, correct as of January 2016). If the Claim Form is not responded to then we will enter Judgment against your Debtor.
- Letter before Action
- Claim Form
Results from 100 hard to collect client accounts over 240 days.
|AOE Payment Plans||30%|
|Other Payment Plans||14%|
|AOE/WOC in process and expecting payment||24%|
|In Scottish Process||6%|
|Paid in full||9%|
|No Chance of recovery||3%|
Our fees are charged on either a cost per debtor fixed fee basis or for bulk volumes on a percentage basis plus VAT if applicable.
All Court charges are on top of our fee.
If the claim is disputed, we will take you through the court process step by step and give you an estimate of our fees on an hourly basis before we do any further additional work. Please contact us for more detailed information.
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